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Eyes on the Street, er, screen. Posted with the caption "How you know LA has a traffic safety problem..." on Facebook
Eyes on the Street, er, paper, er, screen: L.A. Times L.A. Now website capture posted to Facebook on Sunday July 20 by LACBC Planning and Policy Director Eric Bruins. Four of the eight most recent articles are about car crashes; another is about a police offer posting a video encouraging drivers to "run over" bicyclists. Eric Bruins' caption "How you know LA has a traffic safety problem..." Image via Eric Bruins' Facebook
Eyes on the Street, er, screen. Posted with the caption "How you know LA has a traffic safety problem..." on Facebook
    • North Figueroa Street's Great Streets Bike Lane Disaster (KCET)
    • Architecture + Design Museum Displaced By Metro Subway Construction (LA Register)
    • Too Many Sad Carnage Articles from the L.A. Times:Fatal Chino Hills Crash: Drunk Driver Rear Ends Bicyclist (LAT)Fatal North Hollywood Crash: Drunk Driver Hit-and-Run Car vs. Motorcycle Crash (LAT, LAT)Fatal Westwood Crash: Head-On Collision on Sunset Blvd (LAT)Fatal Rancho Cucamonga Crash: Wrong-Way Driver on 210 Freeway (LAT)Santa Paula Reserve Police Officer Suspended for Inane Bike-Hate Video (LAT)
    • Delayed West SFV L.A. River Bike Path to Open Next Month (DN)
    • More on the Metro Sheriffs Audit Report (LA Register)
    • Opinion: Environmental Cost of Carbon Emissions Already High (LAT)
    • Pro-Airport Ballot Measure Confirmed for November (Santa Monica Next)
    • A Look At LB's Uptown: Bixby Knolls and CA Heights (KCET)
    • Raised Boarding Platforms Rejected for S.F. BRT (SB SF)

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